Yomin Postelnik of IRPW Announces Nationwide Financial Wellness Initiative

Fort Lauderdale, FL, June 27, 2008 --(PR.com)-- Yomin Postelnik, President of IRPW, has launched a financial wellness initiative to train students entering college on how to manage their finances and use credit responsibly. Postelnik previously authored a course on financial literacy for teens that was approved by the Broward County School Board’s Superintendent’s Committee and was used by the United Way in their program for teens transitioning out of foster care.

The course will cover good uses and bad uses of credit, the importance of saving, guaranteed versus risky investments, how to save well for retirement and how to shop responsibly for a car. Students are also taught how to balance checkbooks and the real difference that financial responsibility can mean in their lives. A section of the course is also devoted to the real benefits to continued education as well as the adverse effects that substance abuse and delinquency can have on a teen’s life.

The course is being offered free of charge to schools and youth groups nationwide. Interested parties can visit www.businessgrowthtrends.com for more information.

Dan Gold
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